Tora Tora Tora The Real Story of Pearl Harbor Video

Tora Tora Tora The Real Story of Pearl Harbor--for you World War II history buffs. Oh, I know there are lots of you out there!

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Learn more about the day that shook the sleeping giant, the United States of America, out of it's drowsiness concerning the second world war. No longer was this great nation to sit by and watch the world being overtaken by tyrants.

Good thing for the present day world that the USA was finally taking an active part in this conflict. I hate to think of what our modern twenty-first century world would be like if we failed to do our part.

Now...I'm so glad that our friendship with Japan is strong...also, I'm glad for all of Mikimoto's work on developing the cultured pearls!

Of course, someone else would have gotten around to doing this....but Mikimoto is pretty special in my book for his efforts toward putting a pearl necklace on every woman in the world.

I've so enjoyed putting lots of information about Mikimoto on my site and visiting Mikimoto Pearl Island and also stopping in personally to about fourteen Mikimoto stores around the world.

You can read a lot about Mikimoto and his famous pearls here on

Still, Tora Tora Tora The Real Story of Pearl Harbor is a fact of history and one from which we can all hopefully learn.

This video is not just a short blurb...but a comprehensive documentary 1 1/2 hours long from which you will gain insight...even if you are already an expert on Tora Tora Tora The Real Story of Pearl Harbor.

As we all know...the very name of Pearl Harbor stirs up visons and emotions...and they usually aren't visions or emotions related to pearls. BUT...Pearl Harbor wasn't named this out of the blue...there really were pearls in Pearl Harbor at one time.

Learn about the pearls in Pearl Harbor after Tora Tora Tora The Real Story of Pearl Harbor.

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